Which of the following is the primary distinction between prejudice and discrimination? a. Prejudice is cognitive and discrimination is behavioral. b. Prejudice is based on anger and discrimination is based on fear. c. Prejudice is a legal term and discrimination is a psychological term. d. Discrimination typically develops in infancy and prejudice typically develops in adolescence. e. Discrimination is primarily caused by nature and prejudice is primarily caused by nurture.
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Prejudice is based on our attitude, while discrimination is a behavior.
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